Lasers and Mass Spectrometry by David M. LubmanLasers and Mass Spectrometry by David M. Lubman

Lasers and Mass Spectrometry

EditorDavid M. Lubman

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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Contributors to this volume focus on the fundamentals of the technique of analyzing material based on the atomic weight of the species, using the power and definition of lasers to enable measurement of smaller quantities and more finely localized particles. Each chapter deals with aparticular application area and should be sufficient to form an entry point for the utilization of mass spectrometry by graduate students and researchers. The book provides the first full discussion of the new techniques of laser applications in the field.

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David M. Lubman is at University of Michigan.

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Title:Lasers and Mass SpectrometryFormat:HardcoverDimensions:560 pages, 9.57 × 6.3 × 1.26 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195059298

ISBN - 13:9780195059298

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Table of Contents

1. Chung H. Chen et al.: Isotopically Selective Counting of Atoms and Molecules Using Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy2. James E. Parks: Surface Analysis Using Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy3. Nicholas S. Nogar and Ron C. Estler: Laser Desorption/Laser Ablation with Detection by Resonance Ionization Mass Spectrometry4. Christopher H. Becker: The Analysis of Inorganic and Organic Surfaces by Ionization of Desorbed Neutrals with Untuned Ultraviolet and Vacuum Ultraviolet Lasers5. Robert W. Odom and Bruno Schueler: Laser Microprobe Mass Spectrometry6. John J. Morelli: Laser Micromass Spectrometry for Direct Analysis of Coal Macerals7. Robert T. McIver, Jr., et al.: Post-Ionization of Laser-Desorbed Neutrals for the Analysis of Molecular Adsorbates on Surfaces8. Peter Arrowsmith: Applications of Laser Ablation9. Kenneth R. Hess and Willard W. Harrison: Laser Ablation and Ionization Studies in a Glow Discharge10. Lasers for the Generation and Excitation of Ions in Tandem MassSpectrometryW. Bart Emary, Owen W. Hand, and R. Graham Cooks: 11. Robert R. Weller, Timothy J. MacMahon, and Ben S. Freiser: Combining Lasers with Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry12. M. Paul Chiarelli and Michael L. Gross: Lasers and Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry13. Lydia M. Nuwaysir and Charles L. Wilkins: Lasers Coupled with Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry14. Roberet B. Cody, Asgeir Bjarnason and David A. Weil: Applications of Laser Desorption/Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry to Polymer and Surface Analysis15. Jeffrey Shabanowitz and Donald F. Hunt: Laser Photodissociation on a Tandem Quadrupole Fourier-Transform Mass Spectrometer16. David M. Lubman and Liang Li: Resonant Two-Photon Ionization Spectroscopy of Biological Molecules in Supersonic Jets Volatilizied by Pulsed Laser Desorption17. Mattanjah S. de Vries, Heinrich E. Hunziker, and H. Russel Wendt: Analysis of Organic Molecules on Surfaces18. Thomas R. Rizzo and Donald H. Levy: Multiphoton Ionization Spectroscopy of Biologically Related Molecules in Supersonic Molecular Beam19. James W. Hager and Stephen C. Wallace: Two-Color Threshold Photoionization Spectroscopy of Polyatomic Molecules and Clusters20. Terrill A. Cool: Combustion Species Detection by Resonance Enhanced Ionization21. Jack A. Syage: New Developments in Molecular Detection by Supersonic Molecular Beam, Laser Mass Spectrometry22. J.P. Reilly et al.: Resolution and Sensitivity in Laser Ionization Mass Spectrometry23. Stephen Weeks, Arthur P. D'Silva, and Roy L.M. Dobson: Multidimensional, Resonance-Enhanced Multiphoton Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry for Characterizing Environmental and Biological Samples for Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds

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"Extremely well written and edited. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is currently working in the field....or any professor thinking of teaching a graduate level course in this area....A fantastic book." --Microchemical Journal